Mr Davies won with 2,098 votes while Labour candidate Steve Garelick finished a close second with 1,799.
Mr Davies, who expressed “deep regret” for his actions, shared an image of a man on Facebook with the words, “Wanted Jew Boy Reward $100”. Mr Davies shared the image on his personal Facebook page with the caption: “Guys have you seen this bloke.”
A friend of Mr Davies’ apparently commented that the message referred to him because he had not attended a local pub in some time.
When the post emerged last month, Hillingdon Council’s Conservative group leader said: “The posting…relates to the use of an inappropriate nickname among friends. Although the comment was inappropriate and below the standards expected of a Conservative member this has been resolved by admonishing Mr Davies and reinforcing with him the standards expected of persons seeking to represent Hillingdon Conservatives. Mr Davies has shown deep regret for his lack of judgment and has apologised.”
It has been reported that the matter is being investigated by the Conservative Party.
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